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Amendment to CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 - Notification regarding OM No. 1I19/2013-P&PW (E) dated 29th August, 2014


RPND monthly magazine of NFRP Palghat (an affiliate & MOU Partner of BPS) Agust 20014 issue



Bharat Central Pensioners Confederation 2-13A, LGF (Backside), Jangpura – A, New Delhi – 110014 S.C. Maheshwari                                                                                 S.K.Vyas Chairman                                                                     Acting Secretary General 0-9868488199                                                                                09868244035

No. BCPC / Pen / Modified Parity / 2014 Dated 21st July, 2014

Dr. Jitendra Singh, Hon’ble MOS (PP) Government of India, Ministry of Personnel & P.G & Pensions, North Block, New Delhi

            Sub:- Implementation of order of Tribunal in regard to modified Parity.
We would like to bring to your notice the bureaucratic distortion of orders of judiciary which if not corrected through your kind and personal intervention is bound to frustrate the entire community of pre 2006 retirees numbering more than 38.41 lakhs and force them to think that change in Government has been in vain as beca…


To                                                              08 August 2014
All Central Council members of AISCCON, affiliated organizations, Patrons, partner organizations and our well wishers Hearty Greetings, A new political setup has come to the power at National level with clear majority in the Loksabha. Before the elections, during the elections and till the swearing in ceremony of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet on 27th May 2014, almost for a period of more than six months, there was little action in Government all over the country. In view of the election manifesto and promises of the political Party in power and the 39th Report of the Parliament Standing committee under the chairmanship ofHon’able Shri Hemanand  Biswal, on social justice and empowerment (2013-2014) (fifteenth lok sabha), Ministry of social justice and empowerment on “Implementation of schemes for welfare of senior citizens” presented to Hon'ble Speaker, Lok Sabha on 4.1.2014 and presented to Lok Sab…

BPS monthly magazine -August 2014 issue


India sends ` 30 cr down Paris drain

By Rezaul Hasan Laskar in New Delhi A PROPERTY bought by the external affairs ministry in the heart of the French capital for a whopping ` 30.03 crore for setting up an Indian Cultural Centre has been lying unutilised for the past three years as the structure does not conform to French safety and building regulations. Significantly, the MEA went ahead with the purchase of the building — located at 3 Avenue du Lowendal in the centrally located 7th district of Paris — despite being advised by two experts not to do so. The ministry’s financial woes related to the property did not end with the purchase. The Indian Embassy has been incurring a recurring expenditure of ` 1.24 crore a year on providing round- the- clock security to the building. The latest report by the Comptroller and Auditor General on “ Global estate management by the Ministry of External Affairs” has slammed the ministry for the expenses incurred on the structure. The ministry decided in March 2011 to buy the property b…

VIPs help patients jump AIIMS queue

By Neetu Chandra Sharma in New Delhi EVERY day, hundreds of patients throng the premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS) and keep waiting for hours for their turn to consult doctors but those who manage to get a letter from a VIP do not endure such hardship. According to sources, it is common for such patients to show up with reference letters from the offices of politicians like Union Ministers Ram Vilas Paswan, Maneka Gandhi and Sushma Swaraj. The AIIMS protocol division that coordinates visits of international delegations for academic exchanges and collaboration has been given the task of attending to patients referred by VIPs. It also works to facilitate the treatment of VIPs themselves. This includes fixing up appointments in the OPD, consultations, investigations and assurance of admission as and when required. According to the protocol division’s data, 2,087 patients referred by VIPS have been attended to in the past three years. “ Few people know about the pro…

Record Note of the meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) held on 7.5.2014 - Dopt orders

Dopt issued the record Note of the meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) held on 7.5.2014 to all members of the Standing Committee of NC JCM.
No.3/9/2014-JCA Government of India Ministry of Personnel, PG& Pensions Department of Personnel and Training North Block, New Delhi 24th July, 2014
Sub:Record Note of the meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) held on 7th May, 2014
The undersigned is directed to forward herewith a copy of the Recrod Note of the meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) held on 7th May, 2014 for information and necessary action.
sd/- (Ashok Kumar) Director (JCA)
Distribution: All members of the Standing Committee of National Council (JCM)
Record Note of the meeting Committee held on 7th May, 2014

1. A meeting of the Standing Committee of the National Council (JCM), was held on 7.5.2014 at 11.00 AM in Conference Room No 119, North Block and was chaired by Dr. S.K.Sarkar, Secretary DOP&T. A list of members wh…